Time has been spent tying up tomatoes and removing lower leaves where tomatoes have set to make watering easier. Now consider the number of plants involved in a poly tunnel required to fill up all our crop shares and you will realise that a day doing this is not going to be anything but boring.
When you eat your tomatoes in your crop share – think of the work involved and appreciate them.
Meanwhile out on the Go Local Fields, there are two more areas to plough and work up. These will be filled with winter cauliflowers, purple sprouting broccoli and kale. This means that the fields will be fully set until areas appear clear and ready to be filled up again. Yes, it’s a never ending cycle this growing thing.